After joining the 44News Team in 2016, Tommy Mason host 44News This Morning.
The Indianapolis native and Vincennes University graduate began a 20 year Tri-State broadcasting career in 2001.
For nearly a decade Tommy has served as the public address announcer for the University of Evansville Aces Mens Basketball Team, as well as the Evansville Thunderbolts professional hockey team at the Ford Center.
In his spare time, Tommy enjoys visiting state parks and Tri-State attractions with his wife and daughter Hannah.
You can watch Tommy weekday mornings from 5:00am to 9:00am on both CBS44 and FOX44.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana announced recently they are awarding $250,000 to both Vincennes University and Oakland City University.
Multiple shots fired at several homes over the weekend leads to the arrest of an Evansville woman on gun-related charges.
An Illinois driver was airlifted to an area hospital after a single-vehicle crash.
The Daviess County Confederate Monument Relocation Committee meets again today, for what could be the last time, as they vote on where the statue on the courthouse lawn will be relocated to.
Mayor Lloyd Winnecke joining 44New This Morning to discuss the latest on COVID-19 Restrictions, as well as the elimination of an iconic structure in downtown Evansville.
The Daviess County Public School district's Family Resource and Youth Service Center is inviting residents to help "Stuff theTurkey" ahead of Thanksgiving this year.
The Dream Center in Evansville plans to unveil its newly remodeled Gymnasium to the public today Nov 17.
Scammers are now sending text messages claiming to offer cash compensation for phony clinical studies.
Walmart is reinstituting store practices on customer limits over rising cases of COVID-19.
Jacob Bengert learned his fate on Thursday after being found guilty of Murder and Neglect of a Dependent Resulting in Death in the January death of his 3-month-old son.